Tambores de lamba
Malagana, Bolívar. Montes de María.
School of Afro-Caribbean musical traditions that provides opportunities for children and young people throughout the teaching of art and culture. They spread and teach about musical rhythms such as Bullerengue and Son de negro.
In Los Montes de María, a peasant region that has historically fought for the defense of territory and lives, Tambores de Lamba was born 10 years ago, with the purpose of working for the strengthening, rescue and promotion of the cultural traditions of the Caribbean. Its leader, Janer Amaris, is a young musician, heir to a musical tradition of internationally recognized ancestral persusionists and singers.
Commercialization of workshops, shows and educational programs in percussion and Afro-Caribbean sounds.
OUR CURRENT GOAL
Build the School's headquarters and find alternative funding for teaching programs with children and youth.